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- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- Windows Phone 7
- phone identity
- data services
- web browser component
- WVGA (480x800)
- photo, music, and video libraries
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WXGA (768x1280)
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WP Bench is performance benchmark for Windows Phone 7 devices. It tests your CPU, GPU, memory, storage, display and battery and allows you to publish your score to the online charts or compare with the others. - Online charts! devices, users etc. - CPU singlethreaded performance - CPU multithreaded performance - Memory read/write speed - Storage read/write speed - GPU performance - Display color reproduction (32-bit) - Battery life tester Engadget.com wrote that first WP Bench was "one of the most comprehensive benchmarking app [they've] seen so far." WP Bench was first benchmark for WP7 and it's made by creator of well known (and first too) DirectX 11 Compute Shader 5 benchmark for PC called ComputeMark. Version 2.6 - 32-bit per pixel colors, great for display colors test - screen lock prevention during tests Version 2.5 - user can take a screenshot of speed/battery tests results and save it to Pictures Hub Version 2.4 - frontend->backend path completely secured (all the data are encrypted: user info, OS info, device info, speed/battery tests score) - 3 bugs solved (CPU seq/par scores finally differ in charts; attery test "Windows key->Back key" hack eliminated; data block size slider now can't be opened during speed test) - db secured, hacks data removal, optimization
4/18/2015With this version it allows screen shots of the previous test, which is OK, but not how it should be done. Run the test, record that, but it doesn't have a cumulative score for the runs on a graph. My phone speed sucks lol, it's half of the other scores, so isn't Great as you say, and memory handling is a major problem in this phone. Your app needs a rewrite. Battery life test was just the thing that I needed for killing the battery, then after completing the test, and keeping the phone cool with the AC unit, several power on bumps into a total, ~2% level of drain got the phone reset in order to make a few app deletions in a environment which had no signal from the cellular network. I'll give you an upgrade to 5*, in spite of microdimwits trying not to get published..... 😎
4/11/2015Needs an update.
10/31/2014Too klutzy, tied up the phone with a hardware mand firmware test which didn't complete. I've an android phone app that works better than this. Uninstall! With 8.1 update, developers version, it was a little interesting to see if it would make a difference. WRONG.... The network complaint is a common issue we have been seeing in the store. Microsoft needs to be a little more test conscious of the apps they are presenting because they are looking like a bunch of fools. Besides that, microbraintrust really doesn't want our feedback. Just get the money. Running the battery life test, the phone was in Airplane mode, therefore totally off line, and the phone and battery became so hot that you had a hard time holding it. I placed it on the A/C housing rim, yet the battery lasted less than 2 hours. Hopefully the battery life is not depleted by this test. Class action lawsuit pending.
9/17/2013Constantly nagging me to buy full version
3/24/2013Bought, like it.
3/13/2013More than 235 on HTC 8x
1/9/2013The only benchmarking app I have found that works consistently, has relevant benches for more powerful devices, and has actual leader board comparisons. Recommend!
12/30/201297.07 on HTC Titan. 231.69 on Nokia Lumia 920. Only non-UI oriented suggestion is to run multiple trials after freeing resources to improve accuracy. My HTC Titan managed everything from 80 to 97.07.